Lunar Eclipse: A 356 Year Event


The blood-red eclipse lasted 72 minutes and it was the first total lunar eclipse to occur on the day of the Winter Solstice since 1638.  See:

This eclipse is precisely 21 days from my watch date of 1/11/11.  The wife and I set the alarm clock for 2AM and viewed the eclipse high above Bethany (where Jesus liked to hang out).  The high cirrus clouds did not impede our view, thankfully.  Known as the darkest day in our lifetime (the combination of the longest night and 72 minutes of an eclipsed moon), shouldn’t we expect more light (revelation) to come shortly?  Our Heavenly Father has used celestial events in the past to mark points in time.  Could this be one?

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